Category archives for: Sports

Net Gain: Valley Christian Volleyball

Photos by Billy Hardiman Valley Christian and Horizon Honors high schools faced off in a hotly contested volleyball rivalry. Valley Christian scored the overall win with a 3-out-of-5-match victory.

Aztecs pin season’s hopes on summer regional wins

By Alex Zener Several Corona wrestlers recently represented Arizona’s team at the western regionals in Pocatello, ID, in June and then the national championships in Fargo, ND, July 12-15. Arizona wrestlers who qualified for the regional and national teams wrestled in different age groups and categories including Cadet- and Junior-brackets in Greco-Roman, Folkstyle and Freestyle […]

Sports

You would think that the basketball season was right around the corner from all the attention Corona’s boys basketball team has garnered in the press so far this summer but according to coach Sam Duane Jr., it’s business as usual for his team. “We’ve been working on team chemistry, one of our usual summer goals, […]

Big-league dreams

It’s summer and time for local Little League players, their coaches, parents and team sponsors to show their stuff. Freeway Chevrolet-sponsored Chandler American All-Stars had a chance to be on the big-league field at a ceremony conducted by DBacks staff.

Single-vote defeat of AIA transfer rule still causing consternation

The defeat of the AIA transfer rule in early March has been deemed by many of the sports writers in the state as one of the biggest stunners of 2012-13, along with Corona’s boys basketball team repeating as state champions. The Aztecs were not touted as favorites to repeat this past season after losing shooting […]

Let the fans decide

Rooting for athletes and sports teams provides a sense of belonging for fans, while simultaneously acting as a glue to hold the teams together. Athletes are grateful to witness the passion consistently displayed by fans. It’s also a way for athletes to realize that people actually appreciate their hard work, dedication and, in most cases, […]

Camaraderie helps reinvigorate softball; 19 from Tempe get All-City recognition

Corona’s softball team won 11 of its last 12 games to end the regular season 21-11 and enter the state playoff tournament as the No. 16 team where they lost in the first round 2-1 to No. 17 Perry. “Our regular season was quite successful and challenging at the same time,” said coach Jennifer Ray. […]

Stellar year for Corona track as boys place 2nd in state

Corona’s track program had is best year in recent history with the boys team capturing second place at the Division I state track meet May 8 and 11 at Mesa Community College when two relay teams not only gave the Aztecs valuable points but were crowned state champions, one for the second year in a […]

Golf Tempe offers cool summer deal for junior golfers

This summer, junior golfers – those 17 and under – can get two months of unlimited golf at a cool price of just $150 at Ken McDonald or $100 at Rolling Hills. That’s a savings of more than $40. Visit www.tempe.gov/golf for more information, or call Ken McDonald at 480-350-5250 or Rolling Hills at 480-350-5275. […]

Corona track team sprints toward a record-breaking season

The Aztec track program has been hot the past couple of weeks setting 44 personal records and breaking four school records according to head coach Jim Kelly. “We had 22 athletes qualify for the prestigious Arcadia Invitational Track Meet in Arcadia, CA, April 5-6, where several of our kids broke school records or set personal […]

Log in

Copyright © Wrangler News Think Local. Read Local. Serving the Kyrene Corridor since 1991.